Dr. Anne McClenon
A graduate of Bastyr University in 1993 with a Doctorate of Naturopathic Medicine and a Certificate in Midwifery. She established a medical care practice in Seattle, where she was co-owner of a holistic health center. Dr. McClenon was an adjunct faculty member at Bastyr University and has lectured throughout the country on naturopathic medicine, women’s health, and natural childbirth. The State of Massachusetts does not license Naturopathic Doctors; however, Dr. McClenon is Licensed in the State of Vermont.
Naturopathic Medicine honors the wisdom inherent in each of our bodies and nature. By the use of individualized care to remove obstacles to health, and stimulate wellness, clients are able to restore and maintain healthy balance. Fighting infection, alleviating dysfunction and enhancing vitality are primary goals in educating the patient in self-care. Patients of all ages can benefit from these treatments. Naturopathic medicine is a valuable tool to promote healing in both acute and chronic conditions. Initial consultations include a detailed discussion of the client’s health, diet, lifestyle, and overall sense of well-being. Appropriate physical exams and laboratory evaluation may be recommended at this time. The first visit is approximately 1 hour, and subsequent visits are generally 30 minutes, based on your needs.
Individualized treatment plans are created using naturopathic therapies such as botanical medicine, homeopathy, clinical nutrition, exercise, stress management, and physical medicine. Utilizing natural therapies, we honor the mind-body connection and treat the whole person.
Naturopathic Doctors are the only physicians that are trained in natural therapies. Dr. Anne McClenon completed a four-year , post-graduate program at a federally accredited university. Her training includes an extensive study of basic sciences, and of physiological systems, as well as, supervised clinical training in the application of natural therapies. These therapies include: botanical/herbal medicine, homeopathy, clinical nutrition, counseling, exercise, stress management, and cranio-sacral therapy.